|Fundamentals of Railway System 1
||This course provides an interdisciplinary and overview of railroad industry history and its components. The course will include case studies along with theoretical concepts, which ensure that students leave the program with a broad and practical view of the modern railroad industry. The course will require students to use creative thinking and teamwork for solving open-ended problems. By the end of the course, students will have a basic understanding in the fundamentals of the railroad infrastructure, passenger and freight operations and equipment, know the principle components and terminology used in different aspects of rail transportation, and understand the uniqueness of rail transportation when compared with other transportation modes.
This course will cover a wide variety of topics within the railroad field, including different rail transit modes, railroad history, railroad operations, motive power and train characteristics, and safety issues.
||This course is an introduction to the management function. It will focus on the theory and fundamental concepts of management including planning, organization, leadership, and control. This class will review the evolution of management thought, function, practice, and will stress current approaches and emerging concepts.
||This course is a part of core Railway engineering and deals with Rail terminology. Rail terminology is a form of technical terminology. We will go through various terms, acronyms, and abbreviations of various engineering fields used commonly when studying railroad engineering.
|Fundamentals of Railway system 2
||This course is the continuation of ‘Fundamentals of Railroad System-1’ taught in an earlier semester. This course provides an interdisciplinary and overview of the railroad industry and its components. The course will include case studies along with theoretical concepts, which ensure that students leave the program with a broad and practical view of the modern railroad industry.
This course will cover some advanced topics within railroad field such as track design and analysis, basics of signals and communications, construction and maintenance, and basic track elements & design.
||The primary objective of this course is to provide students with insight into the mathematical principles that govern engineering and to provide them with the tools they need to successfully navigate their way through the engineering program. The first part of the course covers a number of basic but significant concepts that build up to the introduction of calculus. It also provides an opportunity for students to apply calculus to real world problems thus allowing them to see first-hand the relevance of mathematics in engineering. The second part of the course continues with higher mathematics and their applications to engineering, natural and economical sciences.
|Basic computer programming
||This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts and terminology of computer programming. Students will develop skills in designing, writing, and debugging simple computer programs using high-level programming language. Emphasis will be given on developing computer programming skills using computer programming in C.
||The calculus-based introductory fundamental physics course is intended for railway engineering majors. The primary aim of the course is to prepare students for further studies of various engineering courses. Upon the completion of the course, students must: 1) Understand physical processes in terms of conventional physical laws, principles, quantities, and SI units; 2) Apply this understanding to solving engineering-orientated problems.
|Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
||Electrical and Systems Engineering plays a major role in modern railway design. It can be found in monitoring, power and energy systems, data acquisition and analysis, etc. Basic electrical engineering concepts will be covered in this course and these concepts will be applied to common electrical problems students are likely to encounter in their careers.
||This course will introduce students to basic statistics. It will then proceed to more advanced statistical concepts. Students will then be introduced to statistical applications in engineering where they will be exposed to the role statistics plays in certain aspects of engineering. Students will gain experience integrating statists into their problem solving techniques in order to successfully solve engineering problems.
||This course deals with the analysis of force and moment systems for static equilibrium of trusses, beams, frames and machines, an element of frictions, centroid, the center of gravity, the center of mass, and moment of inertia. A detailed introduction on static equilibrium conditions and vector algebra for determining forces and moments on particles and bodies will be a part of this course. Determination of center of mass and moments of inertia and its application in analysis of static engineering structures will be thoroughly introduced
|Fundamentals of Electronics
||Electronic systems are ubiquitous in today’s world and in order for engineers and scientists to be able to function properly in their roles; they must have a solid understanding of the fundamentals in this field. This course will familiarize students with standard semiconductor materials and components such as diodes and transistors. The course will also cover analysis of circuits containing various electronic components.
||The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the discipline of railroad project management and expand on the tools, techniques, and benefits of using a standard project management methodology.
|Mechanics of Materials
||This class deals with the stresses, strains, and displacements of near-stationary structures subjected to applied loads. This is a traditional field in engineering education and is taught in almost all mechanical and civil engineering curricula
|Introduction to Logistics
||The purpose of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of how to be responsible for efficient and effective production of services and products in an ethical and environmentally responsible way while being responsive to the global market place.
|Global Supply Chain Management
||The knowledge provides in this unit will help the students to understand the significance of supply chain management decisions and supply chain performance decisions for the success of a firm.
This course is designed to provide the students with the basic understanding of what supply chain management is and the various issues that must be considered when designing, planning, or operating a supply chain for a firm.
|Transport Planning and Demand Analysis
||Vital decisions concerning the design and improvement of transportation infrastructure should be made with the help of various transportation planning techniques. Transport demand is a quantitative input to evaluate supply strategy of transport facilities and facilities use planning. Transport demand forecasting is to predict future transport demand when establishing transport plans within a given budget. The forecast is based on current transport pattern; drastic changes can result in prediction error
|Global Human Resource Management
||This course is an introduction to Global Human Resources Management. This unit explores the implications that the process of internationalization has for Human Resource Management (HRM) activities and policies. In particular, students will be able to explore how HRM is practiced in multinational enterprises (MNEs).
Global Human Resource Management (GHRM) refers to those activities undertaken by an organization to utilize its human resources effectively.
The unit presents these topics in an international context by explicitly considering the context of the multinational enterprise. They are not only essential for managers to successfully perform their day-to-day management responsibilities but also to achieve the organizational goals.
|Railway Foundation Engineering
||A foundation is the element of an architectural structure which connects it to the ground, and transfers loads from the structure to the ground. Foundations are generally considered either shallow or deep. Foundation engineering is the application of soil mechanics and rock mechanics (Geotechnical engineering) in the design of foundation elements of structures.
|Regulation for Urban Railway Driving
||Safe and interoperable rail traffic depends on competent staff to fulfill operational tasks in a safe and reliable manner. Majority of the students in the department desire to obtain the train-driver certificate before they graduate.
|Survey in Transport and Logistics
||More than a third of transport and logistics executives believe that robotic process automation will bring the biggest change in their industry in the next decade. Almost a quarter expect that artificial intelligence (AI) will fundamentally change the transport and logistics sector.
||Transportation safety is concerned with the protection of life and property. The quality and cost of transport services have a major impact on the ability of businesses to complete, on economic growth and the quality of life. Enhancing safety and security is all transport modes is a key for making the industry running smoothly.
|Multimodal Integrated Transportation
||Goods are delivered from the source of manufacture/production to the consumer, which often travel thousands of kilometers over land, sea and air. Multimodal transport (also known as combined transport) is the delivery of goods utilizing at least two different modes (rail, sea, road etc.) of transportation.
In this course, students will have complete understanding on different intermodal transportation. The pros & cons and facilities required for each type of transportation.
|Thesis Writing Workshop
||This course covers the fundamental concepts of successfully writing the senior thesis (or journal paper) and the research proposal. For the most student, this is the most difficult part of an extended research project, this is mainly because students are confused with where to begin, how to start, or what to start with.
There is no single way to conduct a research project. The excellent advice to tackle down the research is to break it down into smaller parts; however, the problem is to know how to break such a project down into its constituent pieces. This course will teach students how it can be done step-by-step, precisely where to begin and how to find the finish. This course, however, will help students gather helpful advice designed to help students write the best possible thesis (or technical paper) they can. The thesis project can be broken down into essentially three parts: project development, researching and drafting, and revising. Ideally, 1/3 of the time should be spent in each part.
|Global Business Strategies
||This course is an introduction to global business strategy. The exchange of goods or services along international borders. This type of trade allows for a greater competition and more competitive pricing in the market. The competition results in more affordable products for the consumer. The exchange of goods also affects the economy of the world as dictated by supply and demand, making goods and services obtainable which may not otherwise be available to consumers globally.
|Public Transportation systems
||The course starts with the history of different modes of transportation and the role it has played in the civilization of human kind. The course will gradually develop on the features of each modes of transportation and the current scenario of public transportation.
The course will also show the direction of the public transportation for the future.
|Global Enterprise Resource Planning Management
||Enterprise resource management (ERM) is a process used by companies to manage and integrate the important parts of their businesses. The ERM system integrates varied organizational systems and facilitates error-free transactions and production, thereby enhancing the organization's efficiency. Examples of ERM system modules include: product lifecycle management, supply chain management which cover for example purchasing, manufacturing and distribution, warehouse management, customer relationship management, sales order processing, online sales, financials, human resources, and decision support system.
|Soil Mechanics for Railways
|Railway Electrical Traction Systems
||This course will provide students with significant knowledge of the electrical networks and delivery systems involved in the electrification of railroads. It will also provide an in depth coverage of the AC and DC motors and drivers used in traction systems. Furthermore, it will also touch on the mechanical components and supporting infrastructure required to realize these systems.
|Railway Control & Signaling Systems
||The following topics will be covered in this course
Interlocking and the four types of basic switch locking logic that assures safe operation.
Multiple track circuit technology
TCS(Traffic Control System) and ATC(Automatic Train Control)